But, yes. I would say that if JW's are running a hospital they should be able to decide that in accordance with their doctrine, that hospital should not be required to perform transfusions.
Likewise, if the Watchtower is employing and providing insurance, they should have the option of opting out of certain coverages - i'm not sure how realistic opting out of blood transfusions are, but ok...
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Hey, Carolyn, where are the dead babies? Do they not have a say in this?
That's what I thought.
Also, we need to legalize recreational drugs and prostitution.
Fired for little more then signing her name to a pro-abortion newspaper ad.
3rd Circuit affirms right of Catholic school to fire Pro-abortion teacher
Michele Curay-Cramer taught English and Religion at Ursuline Academy, an independent Catholic school in Wilmington, Delaware. In January 2003, on the 30th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Curay-Cramer signed onto a full-page ad in the Wilmington News Journal, praising the Roe decision and declaring her pro-abortion position. The Ursulines, however, are a decidedly pro-life organization and on the same day were sponsoring a field trip of its students to Washington, DC to protest the Roe decision and declare the school's pro-life position.
Following her public declaration on abortion, Curay-Cramer was terminated by the school. Curay-Cramer quickly sued the school (and others), claiming her discharge was sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
However, I guess you can still claim that doesn't mean they were all right. Its just not really possible (or prudent) to argue with such amazing reasoning as you provided, though, is it?